A price worth paying to link communities

The wheels on the 93 bus will continue to go around after Biddulph Town Council’s decision to increase its council tax precept by £8 a year, per household, with the majority of the increase being used to fund the route.
It was placed under threat last year when Staffordshire County Council axed funding, but was saved when the town council agreed to step in and contribute towards the costs as part of a contract with D&G buses.
This week Biddulph Chronicle reporter Jack Lenton was in town to ask people if they were happy to pay extra council tax to keep the route open.    

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